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tug 1s the rautze of the
thertr.eut, , ter and uhreteeter, RE kept by George E.
Shaw, optician, Fifth stroot. yesterday :
The I h<
9 A. 111
Barometer, 29 410
The Shaw Kidnapping Case
At tha opening of the CcciT7 Quarter Sessions
yesterday morning, it wa ., hiat eras of the
juror; wre quite di. By consent o nakel for
both sides, the eaEie'wae ith el.rien jurors.
The first witness called was Philip Hari-e, who
testified that Iv , had known Ferris about four yaars;
worked with him in July, 1i"57, for Mr. Faulkner, in
Manchester. At that time he received a letter from
;arks, then in St. Louis, which stated that he
th• e could do better there red advising Har
lan 1 , 2 , T0. He left this city en the 4th of Au
gust, 1857, (w t, b.,tvever, ..n the e.renizth of the let•
ter) taking Ferri; with him. He said Ferris and he
started rn a barter, Ferris proposing to go and Har
lan agreeing to go if Ferris went. They went to St.
Louis. Harlan returned on the 14th of September,
leaving Ferris in St. Louis. He wanted HarlarCto
advance him money to come back to Pittsburgh. Has
never seen Ferris since he oath . ° back from St. Louis.
Mites Owen. bf Memphis, Tenneeree, was next
called to the stand. The defense afered to prove by
this witne:s that he knew Ferris; had owed him as
a slave ; and sold him to Raglan; that ho was and
Is now the slave of Raglan; that he is the same per
son who worked h re as a bricklayer. Also that
Show did not entice him out of Pcnnsylmnia.
- - -
T 13.0 Court overruled the part of the effer relative
to the slavery of Ferris, unless it was first proved by
c?inputent testlayny thzt slavery exists in Alabama.
Mr. Swartzweider offered to prove that slavery ex
ists in Alahamq, first by Mr. Penney, an attorney, as
an expert t'-en by tie United States Digest, contain
ing decisions regulating slavery in Alabama, and
finally F.:: Commentary, which contained a
history e! the rise and progress of slavery, alleging
that it aril axis's in all the Soutbrrn States. All the
offers were overruled, Leing objected to by Mr. Kirk
patrick, coarse , for the proseeution.
Mr. Owen ass then caked to the stand to prove
that Ferris was t.ut enticed to the South by Shaw.
Mr. Owen tetifimi that he knee: Gee. W. Ferris.
Last saw him in April, ISSS. Had a conversation
with him, [counsel fr.r pro,ecution objected to the
introdacti'on of this evidence, but the objection was
overruled by the Court.] Ho showed me his satchel
marked " George VT. Ferris, Pittsburgh, Pa." I
should say that he was the same man who was in
Allegheny. [All cyitinrice as to the conversation of
witness v,ith Ferris was overruled by the Court.]
Ferris was much iihe a white man, but had African
blood in his veins ; I owned his mother. The de
scription of George in Uncle Tom's Cabin was very
On cross-examination Mr. Owen stated that he knew
Ferris n. in Pitt,burgh by despatches he had seen
from Shaw to Raglan, stating that Ferris was in this
city. I first saw him in Natchez in 1855, when he
cy Is the property of Henry T. Miller. Mr. Miller's
elavcs were purchased by the friends of his wife.
Mr. Sw:rteWebier stated that he had used every
endeavor to get hli eltrese hero, bat failed, and he
would, therefore, ask the Crentt to give him until
mornin'. to rr:recure their attendance, which was
granted by the C urt.
The co , unsel then informed the Court on several
points w'n eh w,uld be submitted : and at ha'f.past
five o'clock, the Court adjourned.
A Norei Ba.—A gentleman we wet if, probably
anxious to imitate Bcr: Perk? Poore, made a navel
bet previ ,, u , to the electi,c. Be is the prop:jeer-of
a salt matures re across the ri er, and wagered a
bushel or snit ersinst a dollar that a certain candi
date would be Ocoted. Ile ,nbscquently laid a wager
if five dollars v. ith r- tiler party that he would carry
the bushel of f.a:t to the' residence cI . the , winner, in
South Pittburgb, should ho lose. Tuesday decided
the tlrst bet—, a loat. lc says ho will win the
second, cod prop, .es to carry the salt ac agreed, to
the house ti,a wlnnoi, a distance if a mile and a
half. on Saturday m. mini,. It remains to bo aeon
w - hothcr he v ;otter wager. We hope he may,
having lest his money on a Democratic candidate.
Polite —Bat little of interest occurred at
any e.f. the p-; i ogee.. yeEterday.
fh - nry Neomd ass. fined five dollara and costa by
Mayor Wer- , er for the violation of an ordinance rota
tivo to the removal of filth frrm caultp.
Four Germ,i - tr ~rratted yost-rdav charged
with stoning. totat..tes in trio couatry and bringing
them to t tre, ttrn. Th.ry acknowledged the steal
in.?. A brig tit - .d in the pn: , ero. , icri of one of
them, t bett,og ,ho parties from whom
the pittit,...-s w occ. Any ono having lest one
slittuid ort'.l and so; if it is their property.
A youtg mar, was arrePed on tuspicion of having
Etolen ge , ,rtity cf lead, hut r.o evidcr.ce b...ing pro
duced I,:ua, Wag cliNchargrid.
Th u r.,o,:r e d c l a y 3
, 7,, :rine
geode iaund In
Vier.: Oh CO' Pt ß o ii r,•n l .--.lb or four
mouth , J. Edg , r hou.psur., Elsq . President
of the PennE,Nivanta autbrnsed Conetant
Esq , and , 'her gentlemen
da!phid. r,vzr an and El ociare photo
grnpic cie co of d:fferent remantiz and t.eautiful
point:. They ooe .rningiy ob:ained accurate repre
aent_'ion= Spruce Creek. the Allegheny
Tunr_ol, e , and returned with port. folios
A LI. , aninevetnents of the party, Was. that
of taking n phut:., :rtpla of ono of the finest engines on
the r_ad, tho was standing in
front of the western end f the Logan house, et Al%
toono, st Ia the representation, which is
perfect, r. J. Weitzel, the conductor of the train
to whioh. the ;ocomotive i 3 attached, is seen standing
beneath the FEEI9.II house on the engine. The engi
neer is seen gazing fr m the window, and the figure
of the fireman is discernable in the background. In
the distance, is a portion of the Logan rouse, and
that part of Altoona which lies inomedia , ely hack of
it, upon the ascending hill-side. The whole thing is
•admirably and beautifully done. By its side, s'7ls no.
tico an gccurate likene - ss of Rev. Alfred Cookman,
formerly of the Methodist church of this place. It
way presented by the reverend gentleman to Mr.
horse Strici. —Mr. Grahntr, of the Bank of Pitt
burgh. le.t hte h cse standing in Evan's alley ;fester
day morning, ani daring his absence tho animal was
driven tie It is hrlieved that the horse was
E tole!), but there is no chic to the thief.
—Attetiii.ir: to the first symptoms of worms
in children, ..bon they liogin to pirk at the nose,
when ?bore is dry - cough, and the abdomen is swollen,
there is - eLlairigt 'certain oviden-is that the child has
L'OrEt - .q. A snore cert..iu s nis when one or ro ere
voided from the bowels. Worms are a great source
of annoyance to the little sufferers, and their presence
is apt to be attributed to other causes. Ono reason
why children with - worms are neglected is because
of the very offensive and sickening taste of the
castor oil and tenrmiineil preparations, under the
nano of vormifugas. No one need hesitate now
whai to give; Holloway's Worm Confections have
obvilited that diffieul-ty, by the invention of a pleas
ant 6nfoction, called " Holloway's Worm Confec
tion," made bv Johnston, Holloway Sc Cowden,
Philadelphia. This is the only true confection sold.
Parents and others having the charge of children,
should be sure to ask for Holloway's and take LC
other. You can get them in any quantity at No. 1140
A First Class E;stoblisli elem.—We have often
thought the establishment of Messrs. Reymer A An
derson, on W...d street, wrs the most complete of its
Lind in the evy. Where tho articles dealt in are of
so perishat•le a character, it is difficult to keep up
the supply, hut they mar ago to do this to perleetion,
having a curitan'_ Eucces,ion of the various fruits
and delicacies of the sensor. Purchasers either at
wholesale or retail cannot fail to receive satisfaction,
both in price and quality, at this popular house.
Consto,ptire Hop,.—Consumption. in some
of its worse forms., has been cured by " Schenzk's
Puimonic Syrup,"pr , pared by Dr. J. 11. Schenck,
of Pailadelphia, a gentleman who has devoted twen
tysfive years to the study of this disease. After hay.
lug cur , d his own case with his medicine, he has
carefully prepared it for the use of others in the care
of that formidable and destructive enemy of human
life, and with considerable success. The remedy is
a simple Syrup, made from roots and herbs, which is
as pleasant to take os honey, and beside has a won
derful curative power. It is equally useful in bron
chial and laryngeal difficulty ; for it should be con
sidered that these diseases all belong to the same
family ; hence, what will cure one will cure the others.
Dr. Schenck has prepared a valuable medicine for
dyspepsia called " Sea Weed Tonic," and Mandrake
Pills, both made from plants and Poota, and free from
all injurious ingrcd 'eats. You can buy them at Dr.
tie ser'F, 140 Wood street.
A Rud,c i 1 Cure Jar Rvito e.--If rupture can be
radically ciied, it is imp-rtant to those stritoted to
know that Fu eh is the caao, and with the assurance
from Dr. Geo. H. Keyser, i.f 140 Wood street, who
has devoted years to the study of the disease, and in
the appliciiiion of trusses we think we are warranted
in advising a)tir readers of the fact. Dr. Keyser says
that be can refer to quite a number of persons in
ihia city who have been entirely cured of the disease
within the pact few years. It will at any rata do no
harm to call on Dr. Keyser al.cl eo . A.ult with h m
regard to these instruments of which ho has a large
stock on band at every conceivable price.
ooulier & Mentzer, liouae, Sign hna Ornamental
Painters and Gratners. Orders left at their shop on
Fourth stroat, near Marlu.t, Burko's Buildings, will
be promptly attended. .6m
Boit:nun & :—My wits was troubled with cough
2.11 d pain in the breast for five years—the last two of
which Ebe was very low indeed. I procured some
of your Compound, and after she had taken it fur
about fire weeks she was able to do all our house
work, which ehe liv.d not previously done for four
eeerflly, and tonal:ed. recommend your Com
por.nd to all who aro suffering under tlit:t tcrrible
MAsy R. Bournimaiu
Lou mu" Ky., July, Mai •
The Opera Troupe.—We wore glad to see a larger
and more select audience at the Pittsburgh Theatre
last evening, when the beautiful opera of the "Ho
was produced. Every part was ex_
t, timely well executed, though Miss Hodson was
somewhat affected by what is known among the pros
fession as the "Pittsburgh grip." The song "I
Dreamed I Dwelt in Marble Halls" was admirably
executed by Miss Rosalie Durand, as were also the
songs " 'Tis sad to leave our Father Land" and
Why should we follow joys receding," by Miss
Hodson. A ballad entitled the " Heart Bowed
Down," by Mr. Lyster was also sang with much
feeling and effect. The choruses were well executed
and the piece altogether a great success. We only
!egret that this exoellent eampeny cannot be pro
called upon to favor us w.,th A longer stay. The
opera for this evening i " .. 4 oine..eloule.," a grand
c..wposition, nniven•ally known Lind al.:preen:Lid.
Wo feel confident that the house will be well filled,
and we trust that our expectations will be realized, as
the merit of this troupe is certainly deserving of
Jubilation.—Last night the fellow craftsmen of
James L. Graham, E 5..., the successful candidate for
Sheriff, turned out en horseback, in neat white shirts,
to celebrate the election. They were accompanied
by one or two fire companies, several bands of music,
and a long string of oys with torches. The affair
was called a "Republican Jubilee"—very likely it
was—it certainly bad no resemblance to a Demo
cratic jubilee. The Gazette office was brilliantly illu
minated, fled burned rod and blue fire enough to have
made a Christmas pantomime immensely successful.
Daring the campaign the Gazette has st-od the hard
knocks, and as its party has been au et'. it was
entitled to end the matter in a " blaza o: g,!ury as
it did. Col. W. F. Murdoch was Captain thmral of
the " Jubilee " assisted by a number f Marshals.
It was a very quiet, sober jubilee, an , i =fter it was
over nobody was ki:led, wounded or mis.ing, that we
Pratt's Tweviy fire! Annual Sale of Rook now
progressirg at Dacia' Auction Rooms, Ne. 54 Fith
street. Ile has one of the largest and finest assort
ments of standard woths that be has ever brought
to this city. He eel's nightly at aucti.:ll, and at pri ,
vote sale during the day. Now le the time for bar
gains, as Mr. Pratt will remain only a sti:l.t time. •
Niyht Schools.—At the last meeting of the Central
Board of Education, <no hundred and fifty dollars
ware appropriated for the purpose of holding night
schools in tho Third an Fifth Wards, and one hun
dred dollars to defray expenses in each of the other
Wards. The schools will commence) early in No%
Member and continue daring the winter.
Burglary.—At an early hour on Wednesday morn
ing, M'Cully's board office, in Birmingham, was
entered, and some fifteen gold and silver watches
taken. It was not discovered until the house was
opened in the morning. No clue has yet been found
to the perpetrator's.
Mr. Hackett.—Mr. J. H. Hackett, tho only delin
eator of ShakTeare's great oh9raoter rf Falstaff now
traveling, will poiform at Fester'A . National Theatre
Duquesne Engine House.—The new Daquesne En
gine House, on Smithfield street, is rapidly approach
ing completion, and will be finished on soon as prac
ticable. We are also infarmed that Mr. Andrew
Felton is casting a new bell for the company, weigh
ire; over a ton—the old ono having been cracked
during, the winter. This is one of the b-et fire core.
plains in our ei'v, and it is right that they -hould
he well providei for.
Sole of Stucka.—The following stocks were eold
last evening at the Commernial Sales Rooms, No. 51
Fifth street, by P. M. Davie, Auctioneer:
10 sl,, , hrts Citizens' BALI: stock :55 00
•• Pittsburgh oa. Co 67 50
S Monongahela Bridge Company 26 50
Duquesne Greys.—The Duquesne Greys were :oat
on parade yesterday afternoon. The company cum
bered fifty five mu4:ets, and fully H.istainod its repu
tation as the beet drilled and finest looking body of
soldiers in the city.
Caruayliaa's advertisement of men and boys'
clothing will iuterest ninny. His manufacture of
clothing hoe grown in popularity, from its neatness
of style and durability. Buyers will find his prices
EVEN THOSE WHO ARE IN THE ENJOYMENT
of perfect health frequently have need to have re
course to tonics as preventives of Choose. We are never
too well ar4.nred agaitait the assault; of "th- ills that fiech
is heir to." Sn Ai an invigorator they may find in HOS
'I'ETTFIVS BITTERS—a medicine that can , of tt tAittin
regularly v.itle,:t giving vitality and elasticity to the e` s•
tern. At this e.easnn. particularly, the strorgeit man i 3 n..t
proof agaisat the malaria., in certain nectiout of the LUMP
CI T. Ir. all cdsel of Fey r ant A tr., the Bitters Bro more
po'en' then any amount of quinine, while the moat danger
ol • twee, of tmions foyer yield io its wondarf r .n peri ,
Those-., 1...0e tri,.l th medidne v.. 11 ..ever toe another,
tO vof me mlmenm wb ch the Ilort,ttor l'itrers pr i'esr•
to b•i 3 11.0 s, WI.. hare Mai.. [lie I xp-rilurrit,
et cordial!) W`TCI an early ilppli , latical to 'he Bitt, rx
they 14 , 1.• f•ti icheu B 3 diSt,tidtEl 11. e, wg, stiv
ge I An .1...610rE5. gerlsraliy,
11• JET LITT
ta:ularExturerii and rro.pri,t,..rs,
59 Weer and 68 F-ont srei.• t
J. :if. OLIN'S CKLICBSATSD STOMACLI
TliltS—Try them, and satisfy yourttivcs that tb. , y
are all lb.; are riwaromond,tl to be. Th , proprietor dote
not prettne. to say that they will cure all the di3-a- - ,3 flesh
is hett to, bet 'eaves them to test their own merits, and the
constantly incr , a , ing Cemand for them L infilcieut proof
the; are all tb.•; are rOCA.IIIIII,Iid`A to be, au.l tar OP-
i-r to any of the kind n.cr in the market.
l'heir use is always .tt , nded with the most beccecial re
am.: in CZ:lf.s Dy,prl.cir, lots of appetite, Wefikl , PE•i of the
stomach, iraligestam, etc. It removes all morvid matter
from the stomach, assists digestion, and imparts a healthy
one to the ‘vho'e system. Be sure an I call for .1 M. Olin's
Celebrated Stomach Bitters, and sae that the article par
etasod bears the name of J. 31.01 in, as manufacturer.
For sale by .1. M. Ohr proprietor and montoacto.rr r
Na. 287 Tenn vtr6et, Pittsburgh, l'a ,nd by drr.g . g.im , ; and
ron.rall v. i .7,79
ff.. NO MORE BALDNESS OR GRAY HA IRS —JULES
BACTI:s ECd .4TO CENNO (11 MOS BKNOVAIOR, the
greatest chemical di , cove7y of the agii, is an infailible
store: f the Hair and Sight. In baldness and gray kicks
it, has the virtue f dis - riga,ieg the capillary tuber, act giv•
in:: c t.u:h a -time el al to fully rest. re the im
re. fucctien., tly-rt,L.y imparting, a new growth of b-an.
and by acting as a dye .r staining
th-elan, hut giving the hair a e.dit and glossy appearance,
with a tendency to
by a L. FAHNESTOCF. L CO., Re. CO, corner
Fourth end Wcod streiits, Frog r ,„imtir generally, sod at the
hat , ratory ales Hanel Is Cc., No. 704 Chesnut rtrcet,
JOSEPH MEYER )
If !INT FACTURVI OF
Fancy & Plain Furniture & Chairs,
Warerootras, 424 Penn street,
ABOVE THE CANAL BRIDGE,
PITTSBURGH, P 4
In addition to the Furniture business, I also devote
ati.ention to UNDERTAKING. Hearses and Carriages
FIRST PRIZE GOLD MEDAL
STEINWAY & SONS,
WHO HAVE NEVER FAILED TO RE-
C.EIVB A PRIZE MEDAL wherever they hove ex
hibited their VALLND FIANO3. Among the more
recent ones aro
...etropalitar. Fsir, 1855 Wa:hingtcn. D. C. 2 Gold Medals.
American InsV•nte, Crystal Palace, N. Y., 1855,1 Geld Medal
Maryland Institute, Baltimore 1868....-Gold Medal
American Institute, Crystal Palace....-.1856....-Gold Med.!
Seixxelly State Far!, Louisville -.1&57....„G01d Medal
Maryland Institute, Baltim:ve 1857...„.ti01d M. dal
N OTIC E.
The Committee on Musical Instruments at the American
Institute, New York, as above, was c.imposed of
Gottechalk and Wm. Meson being the greatest and mo;t
distinguished American Pianists, and Wollenhaupt the moat
celebrated composer for the Piano Forte in the United
It is a .ignitlcant fact that WM. MASON, of Boston, son
of the celebrated Lowell Mason, of Boston, Author of the
Carmine Sara, and many other valuable church music
Locks, uses and recommends exclusively the ATEINWAY
PIANOS 45 the VERY BEST EVER MANUFACTURED Di
We invite the ettention of purchasers to our full stock of
FULL GRAND PIANOS,
Three-Stringed Square grand Pia llo6 l
A new impsovement, which combines the edvantnges of
the grand and the hertz atal Pianos, having the fellness of
tone of the former aed the beauty and elegance of the
latter. Also, the
CNRItSTRINO SQUARE OR HORIZONTAL PIANO.
Of oi - erg style and price, from $250 to $l,OOO.
Sac- No one con hsv au idea of the perfection to which
the NBl3O Forte has tx-en br:oght, null Le has seen these
our quailed instrumen ts. For sale by
11. KLEBER & BRO.,
NO. 53 Kind STBEEP,
Pole Agent for Steduway's Pianos for Pittsburgh and West
N. B.—They will be sold at New York Factory prices and
warranted for five years. ocll
JOIEI T. Lee-kr,' -IDWATID Qszao.
LOG A N & GREGG,
114POENII8 AND Diirvr% AN
iForeign & Domestic Hardware,
f; WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.
A full and complete assortment of all descriptions of
Hardware, bath at Wholesale and Retail, can be had at prices
satisfactory to the pnrchager at the above establiehmont ;
tools of every description, in large varieties; Merchants,
Mechanics, and Farmers are all invited to call. I.re22'
POTATOES. —75 bags received and for
sale b [WA) EIXSar FL ODLLINB.
r B 'V It 8 .1 SOARS, OW Wsf.. A 111% 4. FS D
teRCHA FITS' L ACE' A :10 F..
iiM. 11. k 111ITI1
1 7 1,5 e. Fretidenft.
ED 57.11. D GREGO, 2'
ISA! All DIM - jail. let.
N. EMMSCP, J 3
JO 7; rP , T OWDEN
th=mittee of .41-:.ifrction for August,
LiCKEV, V 1'
c. U. PAULSON,
Stage of Water.
Four feet three inchea water in the channel
eekly Review of Pittsburgh Markets
The appearance of matters In the business world has not
materially changed since our last report. Business con
tinues only in a moderate state of activity, a number of
country merchants having pure hated their stocks here elnr•
log the past week. In prices there is but little change.
The frequent rains have kept the river at about four feet ,
scarcely sufficient for the purposes of navigation. 1 coal
bo_it rise is, however, confidently us icipatcd. Sotoe L w
bo-bi b.f . :, our Wharf during k, with cry light loads,
but were obliged to la• by at gl c s Itooes, lb, low
We notice no change in the Money market. God hocuri
ty will produce an al:indium.) of funds for buaineeti pur
The nitre f eachange continue the same, viz :
per cent. premium for :astern, and par for Western.
The Park Statements fir the week ending Saturday,
ecti,lwr 9, show the following aggregate:—
October 2. October 9.
$9,098,954 55 $6,034,469 90
926,669 79 616,188 93
Loans and Dir.c0nnta...........
Due by other 8ank5........ ....
Notes, .tc., of other Banke
and Treasury Nctea_
Due to other Banks
1,640 118 00 1,615,19 i 00
139,029 20 124,003 78
1,908,049 58 1,913,191 70
These figures show the following comparative results :
Dezrease in Loans and Discounts $6L494 65
Decrcare in amount One by other ....... 10,4.2 86
Increase In Not's and Checks of other Baucs, &c..!45.353 72
Increase in Specie
Decrease in Circulation
D crease in amonnt dne to other Banks
Increase In DepNthes
The above figures show a net incrimse] In Assets of 17,-
7C9 31, and a net decrease In Liabilities of $34,403 33
makin the difference in favor of the Banks this week $42,-
ASHES...The m irket still remains quite dull. with no
sales worth reporting. Soda is still hold at 53.4@r4c., and
Nitrate of Soda 15%c. Concentrated Lye 14c. Pearls we
quote at SV,ASY a s. Pots are altogether nominal at 4Nasc.
BACON...Has undergone no change. Shoulders are quoted
at 13 , ,i@7c ; Sides at 8%(4).8.Xc.; Plain Llama at i4.74(41.0c.;
Canvaesed Hams 10 1 / . .„@11; Sugar Cured 124121 Ac.
BEANS...Are in demand, and some lots of choice have
been sold at $1,5043 bushel.
13UrTER...There is but little Butler off , .r,ng now. Choice
roll. In tarrels, is worth 14@lim , and packed 12@13c.
Bli.oo3lB...There 14 a good supply in market; salAs of
common are regularly made at $1,25, and fur bolter kiudo
$2; tancy commands $2,25@2,50 "0 dozen.
LI CiiETB AND TUBS—The Beaver manufacturers' prices
are as follows:—Buckets, plain inside, dozen, $1,40;
painted iusido. $1.50; 3 hoops, $1,75; Tubs. No. 1, 3 hoops,
dezen, $7,75; No. 1,‘2 hoops, $6,76; No. 2, $000; No. 3,
$5,00; No. 4, $1,75; No. 6, $4,00; Heelers No. 2, $2,76;
Busheß, sealed, $4,75.
Nlquil:a Rope, coil 13 18 lb Manilla Rope, cnt...14 "0 lb
Tarred " `•l4 0 lb w kite " " ...16 "0 lb
Hemp " " ......15 0 lb Tarred " " ...16 olb
Packing Yarn, fine 13 0 lb, Packing Yams, com 12 0 tb
BRD CORDS... Manilla $1,87, $2,firstname.lastname@example.org 31 dozen ; Manilla,
0 coil, 1,c.'0 lb. Hemp $1,87, $2,7503,76 0 dozen; Hemp,
IA coil, 12c. li ID.
Ptoron Lim— Manilla 870 0 dozen. Hemp 700. per dor
CorroxCortonak..-Cotton Rope % and upwards, 20: do
below %, 2.2; Bed Cord $2,50Q3,02®4,75 Is dozen; Plow
Ines $1.23; Sash Cords $8,50.
CANDLES...The following ore now the current rates of
city manufacturers: Moulds, 13c. TB ID.; Dips, 12%c.; Star
'.:2Q 20c. lb.
CHEESE...The demand is improving, and supply better;
sales are made regularly at 71/AiiBc. for Western Reserve;
some lots at B*.
CRACKERS...The prices have undergone a further ad
vance. The quotations are now as follows: Water Crackers
till 5*.; Rutter do. 6*. ; Sugar Sc.; Soda 7c ; Boston 7c,
Pilot Bread 1 p bbl. $4,50.
DRIED FRUIT...Dried Apples sell in small bete at $2,00
1:0 both. Of Peaches there ere w'crcely any in market;
held at $4,75®55.
DRIED Transactions quite limited; canvassed
brings 1:412 1 / 2 c.
F.GGS...The market is not very well supplied, but the de
mand is light; the prices, have, however; advanced a shade,
nn rates of packed are now made at dozen
Vl. 1 :11.-The market continues dull, ay.-at:lug is iss in the
river tinfoil are unchanged, and sales are made f iwa first
hands at $5.10 to $5,15 for superfine, $5,',56:n5,37 for extra
solo-nine, end $5,75®5,80 'or extra tatirriy. From store
prices ate much the same se last week, vie :—5,,05(q11,40
for ouperhue, $5,51®5,02 for extra do.. •nd $5,57C4515 fur
ext.( a family. Bye Floor still quotes at $404,10.
31811.... We have nu change to note in fish. No. mack
erel are still soil to the el iyr trade at $10,50 and st $ll, to the
country. Ilalifax Barring (rote at $5.50®50.70, and Codfish
at 5@54c. The prices tort idle Fish are as blows r—
ti Lite Fidl.? bbl , $lO, in half bbl=. $5,50 ; Lake Tr: ut, Le
libl., $3, hall bb15.54,60
FEED_. At the sculls Bran to middlings sells a* Z.O to 800. , E 1
100 lbs Oil Meal brings $:7®1,2.3 tae,.
FEAT ER6...Bales of prime Wearer,, ore made on arrival
at 46c. M. in small lots, and from store at 50c.
FIRE BRICK—Sales are regularly made at s23@i4o
GRAIN...The Grain market continues about the same so
l sot wf-el, with but hula doing. oa , s, on arrival, Is irg 4U
©42c. and 45e. from store. Corn dull and scarce at 00(ch62c.
Rye from store 68©73c. Barley 70©76:. Wheat is held at
$1 for ordinary qualities, and ranges op to $1,25 for choice
Ci ROC FRlER...Exhibit Lnt little change. Sugas in bles.
is worth 9 , /. 4 @9%c.; while Molasses has declined to 50c. for
prime N. O. Rio Odle° continues firm at 12% for prime.
Rice is quiet at scries%c, with few transactions.
HAY—Sells (ram scales at the usual figures, viz $8(la I
$ll V ton.
HIDES...Green Bides hare advanced to Cc. V th , with a
firm market. The supply of Dry is very limited, and the
quotsti. n is nominal at 17c.
IRON AND NAILS.-The quotations of manufactured
Iron are as follows:—Common Bar 2% to 2%c. VB. .Nat7s
are selling at $3,50@4,75 for 10d. to .td., according to quality;
the terms aro six months' credit, or 5 V cent. discount for
LARD...The quantity in market is very light, and rates
are almost nominal. City No. 1 is firm at 10%©11c, and
country at 100.
LEATHEIL.-The market is steady, with no change In our
Red Spanish Sole V lb 22.021110.
51aughter........... 2 tW) 28 c.
Upper dozen s.3o(di
LUMBER, Se.asoned...The follovting are the quotations of
seasoned lumber, from the yards In the city:—
Common 1 inch ['wards, V 1000 feet $l5 04)
Clear do do 82 00
dressed d 0..... 00
Shingles, V 1000 3 to
Lath, 2 25
Oak flooring, dressed, 1 inch--'f 1000 feet ... 30 00
do do 1 1 ,4 do 91 00
Green... The market la unchanged; sales are
making at the river at $lO per thousand feet for common
and $2O for clew. Shingles, $2,50 thousand.
MESS PORK.I.There is a better demand, with 1110*e firm
ness in prices; sales have been $1650@517 by the lot. and
$17,50 in a small way.
SIETALS...Pig Lead has &dined to 6, and Bar to 6%(b7;
Sheet Copper 85036 m Sheet Brass 82c
01L"...N0 change in Linseed Oil, which is firm at 82@95c,
with a light demand. Regular sales of Lard are still made
at 850. for No 1, and 76c. for No 2, by the manufacturers.
PIG METAL—Romaine at the last quotations, •iz: $2350
$26 for Allegheny and anthracite.
POTATOES,..N'eshannccks sell on arrival at 75@80a ;
Sweet at $1,30 to $1.,10, at in quality.
POWDER...There has been a decline in the prices f 75c
on former quotations of Blasting and $1 on Rifle; the quo
tations now are for Blasting $4,25 11 keg; Rifle $6. .
SAND STONE—Regular sales of Huntingdon county, a:
$9 V ton.
SALT—Prices have recently advanced and sales of All ,
glieny No. 1 are now made at $1,60 bbl. From etor,
figures aro a trifle more.
SEED...New Timothy Is coming to market qu'te freely ;
it brings $l,OO from wagon and $1,75 out of store. The
demand for Flaxseed absorbs the entire supply at $1,50Q
• .. -
$1,65 bush. The receipts ere light.
SOAPS...The following are the mannfectnrer's prices :
Rosin bc.; No. 1 Palm 6 1 ,4; Chemical 6A; Castile and Toilet
10c.. 74 lb.
BIWETINGS, YARNS, aa.—TbAD prices have again do
clined, and the following are now the ruling figures: Eagle
Sheetings s%o. yard; Niagara Bj4c,
Nos. 5 to 10 In
clusice, 20 ®
Nos. 11 and 12... 21 ®
No. 13 22 ®
No. 14............_23 rg
No. 400, % doz 11. CarpetCh'n,as.coL 26 @
No. 500, "6 doz 1 white2stoBo 21
No. 660 (43
N 0.700 ... Divine 22
No. Boo Batting., No. 1.... 16 @
N 0.900 81) " No. 2.... lb
Family Ratting-. 17 (4
Coverlet Yarn..... 27 (di 1 ng— ..... 16 (4)
Candlewick ..... .-. 2 @
TALLOW.-We quote rough at 7 1 ,-v ®and render, d
at 10 1 4 c.
VENEGAR...2aIes of Vinegar by regular dealers at 5 to 6 . 1 ,„;,
as in quality; extra qualities at B©9c.
WHITE LEAD, LInIARGE, .tc—White Lead is firm
and in steady demand at $2,60 keg for pure oil, and dry
9 c"6 lb, subject to the usual discount. Red Lead 944.0 c,
net, and Lytharge 854.
WINDOW GLASS _Thu prices for city brands bay., .1
ranted, and we correct our quotations as follows :-6xB and
7x9, -6 box of 50 feet, $1,60; Bxlo, $2,15; Ball, 9xll, fish:,
and 10x12. $2,40; Sill, gill and 9:14, $2,65; 10215 and
10:16, $2,75; 10 "6 cent discount off. Country brands Eoc.
WOOD-.ln Wool there is now but little doing. Pric,,a
range from 25 to I2c , according to quality.
WIIISEIV_Here no material change has taken lilac.,
Rectified sells regularly in lota at 25@26 - ., and raw at 23
New York frlerket.
Now Yoe', October 14.--Cotton has declined; sales 2500
boles at 123.4@13 for middling fair. Flour heavy; 14,b00
bbts sold. Wheat heavy; 35,000 bush sold. Corn active;
63,000 bush sold; yellow 85. Pork firm at slB@l6 29; prime
$14®14 50. Whisky firm at 2.1@22%. Sugar heavy witn
s decline cf 1 4; on the week; sales at B;.4@i7K. u entire
dull. Rice firm at 3 1 %@)3%. Linseed Oil doll at 71@72.
Cotton Freights to Liverpool 532(43-16; Flour to Liver
pool le sl i rogle 4%(1.
New York stock Market.
NEW Yr EX, Cctober 11—Stocks torls; Chicago and Rock
Island 95%; Michigan Southern 2414; New York Central
8-1 1 / 4 , Reading VI% Milwaukee 16%; Missouri 6's 87%;
Galena and Chicago 83%; MichLan Central 57; Erie 16;
°lowland, Columbus and Cincinnati 92 Tennessee B's
1324 P • tuna 1.8 - - •
OMmtrinirr, October 11.—Flour remains without any
changq there is no demand of comse mance at $4,50 for an•
perflne, and the sales are inslhnitcent; recel.,ta 1500 hble
within the last twenty-four horns. Whisky dull at 180.
Nothing has traneplred in Proiisiorou Mies Pork is 6111
under advices from New York. Barley is dull and declining;
the quotation for prime is 85@9J. Corn 50. Oats 55c, and
f i rm 4 u nw ed Oni ed to 74e and is dull. Money is
eta. TkLohnage nmatered dem .
J Ni UAIIDI:sIhIt,
A Utorl ti L 003: IS.
Prrresurx 11, October 13, 1858
335,688 84 381,072 56
1,243,4 , 00 69 1,284,203 79
,sb 303 10
_» 28 ®
ALLECIEIENV CATTLE MARKET.
,o Li, CITY, 11,18.'46
T. market dune ire w c k., wti4 Mid the pike d
clicking. The demacki wag perytpnlly
No. offered. X sr.. Fri,.
20 G. Eng1and........ 20 3 @A%
21 G. England &Co sent met.
21 G. England & Twitchell
15 21 :NP , 3 1 ,4
15 J. Tnrner 2}.®3
20 D. Hock 20 2 @2 7-10
8 11. Alcorn 8 2 @
18 A. Dugan . 18 2 0
31 J;Yrentriaa . . 31 2 @3
132 Mario ,t'rn.w ~ , 132 2 (713
18...._ 111 ilall ?lord , cli t, h ice) ..• 18 2: %@ :' ! 3
18 Mr. Scott. 18 1 1 4 rct o :t .1,,,i
85 Myers & !Ir6th-r . • 85 2 @a1 , ....i
86 ..... .:6 errick & A6l. . 85 2 @3
40 1 B. Hui 4J
.;1 2%03 1 ,,: y
56 .....Kroure A G ot! .... ... ...... 56 4.,, 31 4
17 J. r mic h 17 2 @3
34 . K Word BOW I ast.
0 J. Crl.lllSt•
15 IV. Sterling.
10 T. B. Taylor
24... ... Nichol as Cart...
18 J. Hied..
24 Mr Humphrey
12 D. Robiuorm..
19 I'. Moyne
20 W. Holn.,
23, J Burbeck
27 R. Simko', 27 '4) - 314'
37 Stevens it Co., by Einzlowood 37 $184540
45 Z. Kline 16 '2494
22 W. Wallace 22 243,,
r. R. Yr.ncil
10 _ ,AT, ,-.I
Litt r 111,1
811 HEP AND LAMBIi.
19/0 ~ i be.p uff-red; ull suid a'. prices rungiug fr:rn 1„,i(d)
2 7.10 2r - sA. 30U hamtiJ uffered; all sold at $1,25(44,2
751 offered : 0 61 sold mal balance sent east ; the prices
ranged from 3)1@,4 1 ,4 gross
C. L. FARNFBTOCK & CO., No. CO, cortvr of
Wocd and Fourth street+, as will be seen by card In
to-day's paper, requelt th, at tendon of the public gene•
rally to their bap and well Eosortel stock of limp+,
Paints, Clio , Patent Medicines, all of which they offer
at prices uunally low, and on t•dmi.i accommodating, guar
antrotug all they soil to give satisfacthai. ocll
R. T. KENNEDY W. S. KENNEDY.
P E A KENNEDY
T 1- 1 , ANI M
11. T. KENNES:DY Si. TIRO.
Wilk:AT, HT AND 001C:si PUILOI.I,II.ED
t, C•)[0.1 !if EA!, AND TIONITNY
MANUFACrIIICO AND DELIVER'
IN PITTSBURGH AND ALLEGL'ENY
TF.,1119 OASB ON DRLIVYRY
COM PLY IN u NV IT fl TIIF 11F0.1.1 r
'RODS OP TLiEllt. PATIIIVEz'
L.R.S. C.. 3. FITCH AND J. W. SIKES
Have conc!udod to rotunio
PERMANENTLY IN PITTSBURGU
And rimy be cmteulted at their oftic.,
No• 141 Penn streq
FT. CL Alit
DiCi . ), except Fundayii, cur C , dlCE , li:d ASTLIMA
Tiftlitiollll . lB ati.l ALL 'NI.I CC IPLANTS,
complicated with, or caudng pulmonary die-am, Including
Catarrh, Heart Disease, Affections of t,'!e Liver,
Dyspepsia, Gastritis, Female Coimplais:rs, 4c
bag fITCLI et SYKES wont.: , taco that td'air Lrentutont
of Ocuantupt.on la based nvILL ttv. fact th.;xt U:.l
La U a Wood and a y s'em a' lar o , olh Inrr an..!
alttniopntenl in Use lunge, and Idol . tliont.fore e , •.L.1. Meehan.
lcal, hygienic and Medical rani , L.li, to pnrily tlo load and
+trengthon the nynt..m. 191 , ./11/1,3 , , cony p,La .CAL IN•
LIALATIONS, which they v. , •dch'y, I .Li taly A-. 3
(hailing no Currazine 3I ca “Vol ,
lids at, onrocatly Can !Aunt, viii 'l , ll wustii , g th
tune il•ili - y • tt tltiy treat st. 'l , ' CA,
',kiwi that the 'l36ttt of the iyf , a6,l,
in a otrect mitainer by. Inhalation," for, al Lefcre the
v.at of the dirr,c_f !"hz block' at - ,4 (is effects on:y in the
No chargu fur CLAVGltatiuu.
A Hot of quettiolts will bo colt to tioipo w1R111.4
Ij THE AKTIFICIAL LIGHTNING T.IAT F At!ißs
through the Atlantic Cable, hears lest reeel , .l , laLce
to the lightning of heaven, than Chistadoro's ia.lr Dye
bean to the natural coloring matter of bl,ck and brown
hair. Quick to a flash it darkens the gray, rod or candy
fibres of the head, the lips, and the chin to el nay hue,
whil e it lends a healthy lustre to them. i
tic, and ten mlnutna, owl, In F.x or .1.:11 , weelia ie II the
time rvgalred I.T ita epplication. cverynliote, a id up•
plied by all hair dreii.tra. ( . R.ISTAPORO, No 6 iator
Agent at Fittebtir
.EXCLIANONI BA K
virr nu. on ctobor Li, 1868.
r t...., ?> AN ELECTION fa . thirteen Directors of this
Bank will be held at tb- Banking House, on MO V:
DAY, Novembar 15th, tyrtwaeu the hours of ten A. M am?
two P. M. The annual meeting of Stockholde.n be
held on TUESDAY, November 2d, at ten. A !M.
ocl3 0. M. MURRAY, Carihicr.
PENIISYLVAN IA i ItA E 00. OF I'. IT:I3LRI' II
October Pin, 18c8.
TUB Sto kholdere of this Complny are hereby
that the annual electioni for Directors, for the entnin., y or
will be held at the office, No. 0 Fourth et not, b. tweeu the
hours of 10 o'clock, A. 14. and one P. H., on 11,N Y, the
first day of November, 1869.
ocg:td 1. GRIFR SPROIIL, Berreterv.
CARRIAGE BIANUFACTO R 'it
Alni: AS JUST RECI.IIITED AT FITS
P.)SITORY, situated near the Two 5111 e
Run, between I-junta:n . 4l and Lawrenceville,FY
splendid and general smorinient td' Carriages, iluirgieli
ate. Ril arrangements are swila that lie is onistlult.l)
receiving new and second-band venicles, and the public Mal
rely on always finding a geed stock on hand. tie also mai,.
ntactnres to order, on short notion,
And all pertaining to the busineva. With eigt.totm years
practical experience in this bn.ineg and tieh flown
[N.-ilit!!..! he flatters himself that ha °tiara gre,t inductinieute
*a- 'rho establishment to loe4tel on the route of the
colsior Ornnihns Line of Coaches pasting the doer evety
fifteen minnteg. Neil/14R
CARRIAGES. —l.la,ving on hand at my
establishment, in Allegheny City, at the present time.
the largest and most varied stock' of
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ETC.,
of any shrp probably in the West, I have been induced to
store a portion in the large warehouse three doors below
the Monongahela lions; Water street, Pittsburgh, Ahern
citizens or stranger; de4iring a good vehicle of almost any
description, can to accommodated no good terms. The
work is all of my own manufacture, got up in the most ar
tistic stole, of the best materials selected in the Eastern
market with great care; two horse Carriages, single and
double seats; Rsckaway; Pb,sicians' itockaways, Prince
Albert Buggies, Phaeton'o, Jenny Lind's, et ,
Arii- eau ani examine them. 0c9:2.m
Mit . C. WEST & CO., 031 A:
twoaAways, 13IIGGIE8, SULNIES AND SLEIGEs3
No. In Penn greet, PITTSBURGH, PA.
FS" All work warranted to be of tho materials and
BUOKSELLEII, STATIONER, PRINTER & HINDER,
No. 63 WOOD PT., DZIWZRA FOURTH AID BIPTEI,
J N. GLOGGER,
NO. 21 FIFTH STREET
( ( -
iron City Commercial College,
Ptit6o/ratt, Pa.— Chartered, 1855.
800 STUDZNIS kTraNDlNG,Jatiusar, 1858.
Now the largest and most thorough Commercial Scheel
of the United States.
Foung Ma Prepared for Aducti Duties of the Cbunthtg Romn.
J 0. SMITH, A. X., Pray:mot of Book-Koopiug and
Bciouce of Accannti.
A. T. DOLITILETT, Teacher of Arithmetic and Commercial
J. HEYDRIOR and T. C. J 6711113 Teachers of Book
ALEX COWLEY, and W. A. Nu LLRB, Professors of Pen
Single and Double Entry Book-Beeping, as used in every
department of Eusinciss. Commercial, Arithmetic, Rapid
Business Writing, Detecting Counterfeit Money, Mercantile
Correspondence, Comitiercial Law, are taught, and all other
subjects necessary for She success and thoron.z.h education
of a practical business ntan
Drawn all the premiums in Pittsburgh for the past three
years, else in gaster*and Western Cities, for best Writing,
AND Nov Ton mionstrao won', "iiltt
IMPORTANT INFORM -1.1101 , 1.
Students enter at anytime—No vacation—Time unlimited
—Review at plessure-rGraduates assisted in obtaining
nations—Tuition for gall Commercial Course, s36—Average
time Bto 12 weeks—Board, $2,60 per week—Stationery, $6
—Entire cost, $6O to $7O.
sir Ministers' smut received at halt price.
For Cani—Cirrulai--Bpecimens of Business and Orna
mental Writing—incfo.e two stamps, and address
I' , TRDIC A L.
B. FAHNESTOCK & CO.
6U corner of Wood and Fourth Streets,
Drugs, Iredicines and Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
15 $l9 Maul
GLASSWARE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
12 2 7-10(21'.
20 20(030 '•
And EtY!rygling Appertaining to the Drug BUSlrTheit.
THOSE IN WANT OF PURE AND
verlu;ne articles will w.,11 to give us F. cull. We
sa; lo .r as c.n to taught In this 0: other
the sine pro, rotors and only manufactivern of
B. L. FALINE,)TOCK'S VERMIFUGE,
Tomo, Cathartic, and Anti-Dyapeptio
The le at ante fur wa ries, either in children or adalta, ever
tiered to the public, is undoubtedly the Veruaifnge, pre.
par.d by B. L. Fahnestock. Thirty years experience in tab
class < f medicine has given a 'Tire guarantee that this is an
or bile every wisy worthy of confidence. As a cure for
it claim; to be unequalled and as a merchantable
article it i., prepared ant , o!ii as Ii L. FahneltOded sal no
th , r, as the proprietors do not wish to have it car& waded
whit as, other article of Vermrtoite n iw in the market.
WI 1..?0` , 'S PILLS have 1. 1 „ mere local existence for
er le etity years, nesepporte I by a ivertlsing of any kind,
in I t eld et al, able tle , pr.ce cf what they aro now sold at,
t with all i hese ,:isadvnatatteri, wherever used dlr.y have
in no instance failed to retaler the utmost e.tisfaclion In
perferintr g all :he l-rpicrements ef a rain hide family meth:-
vine., and as such are recomm , oded by some of the most
worthy and resparesible citizens r f tho land. Hear for in
stance what Cal. WI, . Hopkins. of Washington, Pa., says:
Wssuivarroir, January 8, 1858.
Dr. R. A. Wi'son, HU:burgh. Pa.—l have been 'using
ur Antl-Dysprptic Ma, when ec -eaten required. for many
, s, and can truthfully say that 1 have never found any
medicine qml to ilaem , n relieving me from affec ions of
the st. mach and head ; they have never failed to telieve me
tr. - n headache, and have always left my system iu better
condition than they found it 1 must confidently cammend
5,11 r pills as 4 cafe and highly •.aluable m'dlcine.
Yours re pe.,ffully, 110°K.INS.
Will am hicnbaum, Big , Ci'y Treasurer, ~r 4s :
PITTSBURGH, February 8, 1868.
MESSRS. B. L. PAHNRSTOCK & CO.:
(An.tlemen :—iu my opinion of the merits of Dr. R. A
Wilson's Tonic, Cathartic and Anti•DyspeptiC Pills, I will
briefly state that for many years past they have been a
standing medicine in my y. A box of these pills is
always left within 'he reach of any one who may feel the
necessity f taking a dose, say one to three.
Whether it is owing to the efficacy of those t ills or tut, I
do not pretend to say; but I can snfely assert thatsince we
have used them, my tamily hai enjoyed uninterrupted good
health, and I cheerfully recommend them to all who duly
appreciate this ir.e•timable blessing.
ocll WI! LIAM
FIR. (JULY ERWELL'S RADIO A L RE
6ENEIt9TCfb, the sovereign remedy for sntrmator.
rhoea or seminal weakness, sexual debility, impot,ncy, in
voluntary emitsione, piles 'tr., In both sexes, the result of
OW Iv indiscrwn n, inc.ipacitating the man for business, soci
ety and ' , acrimony.
r r rale by float Miner, Masonic Ball, sth street,
Pittsburgh. Call for a gratis pamphlet giving particulars,
cr sdd•ost B .x 453 G, Post Office, New York City.
DAG UERitEAN GALLE'MES.
AMBROTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPH
GAL L I.', 14; Y,
TO FIFTH STREET,
NEARLY tiPiOSITE THE POST 014WE_
Ur" Pictnrea taken in all thn various styles, in any
a •rather, and warranted to please at reaionable rates
4-4- tick Cr decon,ed persJial taken at their resi
au I 4:ly—ls
AM B ROT Y P E S.—These beautiful and
durable pictures on glass; in all their perfection and
loveliness, singly or in groups, may be obtained at WALL'S,
J ices' Building, Fourth street.. [oc4.:lw
R. M. CARGO 6z, CO.,
Photographers and Ambrotypists,
NEW YORK GALLERY,
No. 21 Filth gtroot, and
SUNBEAM - GALLERY,
a. F 7. cor. of Market 3treet and Diamond, Pittsburgh.
PRIONB TO 8= ALL. egyiB:tf-31)
A BEAUTIFUL AND DURABLE PICTURE
WARitANTED, CAN BE HAD AS LOW
AS AT. ANY FIRST CLA& ESTABLISHMENT
IN THE COUNTRY, AT
felt W ALL'S, Fr arth street.
Removed to 21 Fifth Street.
CARGO & CO.'S PLIOTOORAPIIIO AND
AMBROTYPE ei.ILLERY has been removed from
'6 Fourth street, to No. 21 Fifth street, near Market.
Thego rooms having been built especialiv for the purpose,
with three larg- lights, are not surpassed In the city for
comfort, convenience and excellence in arrangement.
tifir Our old friends and patrons and those 'wishing en•
p.-rior likenesses , are invited call. ,
op. Reception Room
the Vrueod door. api
For Marlette and Zanesville.
v•-• The steamier EMMA GRAHAM, Capt. MON
nos AYRES, V. ill leave for the above and al
intermediatt, ;orts on every TUESDAY, E.,
4 o'clock, P. M.
7nr f,izbt or ~31.».P ar , ,lv on Z..rd
-C .7• ':f - ,:::-72."--1J--7 . 1 7 ----,-,
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' ' ''.?:•7* . "'"' - -t‘i:" .. ` . .
= 4 , 1 ''.l-,Pr-,-,7-4--t!-,7:irsy,ii;
la AVE - NOW IN STORE ONE OF THE
IL- 5 - largest and ino , t extensive stocks of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
ADAPTED TO FALL AND WINTER SALES,
Direct from the Manufacturers' Chiefly for Cash,
QUALITY AND SIZES,
They feel assured they eau offer mire?. lc r inchteeruenta to
sir Merchants visiting Pittaburgh vitber, to purchase
roods, or on their way to Eastern citio3, ar. :in:Sited to ca
and examine our stock before buying elsewhere.
Sir Particular attention given to orders.
ac.2211“e'51 11. CO U. US & CO
F LOUR.- •
50 bb hi. Choke bnperflne ;
40 " " Family Flour;
Just received and for sale by JAB. A t 1/1/TZFJ3,,
Doll Oorner Market end RIM street.
YOREEIG'N .41'iiD DOMESTIC
P A TENT MEDICINES,
DR. R. A. WILSON'S
. 7 _ 7 .--...m.uss 1. CR
H. CHILDS & CO.,
No. 1,33 Wood Street,
Ever brought to Ude market, of greet .varieti,
OTING BEEN PURCHASED
And selected with great care as to
J. & T. GROUTT,
BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, ETC.,
FINE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHISKY, PEAO
AND APPLE BRANDY. ALSO,
RECTIFIERS AN D DISTILLERS,
Oorner of Smithfield and Wront Streets,
apl4] PITTSBURGH, PA.
S. B. & C. P. MARKLE ,
PRINTING, JOB, AND ALL KINDS OP WRAPPING
PAP E R,
Warehouse, No. 27 Wood Street,
ta.. Raga bought at market prices. myB
JOHN MOORHEAD has removed to
No. 74 Water street, below Market
19R TEI BUT OS
PIC METAL AND BLOOMS.
Nu. 74 WATER. STREET, BELOW kLABILET, •
mrl9 PITTSBURGH, PA
PITTSBURGH STEEL WORKS.
SAAO JONES JNO. L. BOYD WM. McCULLOUGBS
JONES, BOYD & CO.
SPRING, PLOW AND A. B. STEEL,
SPRINGS AND AXLES.
Corner Ross and First Streets,
jy2s PITTSBURGH, PA.
MOORHEAD & CO.,
American, Plain & Corrugated,
GALVANIZED SHEET IRON,
For Roofing, Guttering, Spouting, Re.
AGENTS FOR WOOD'S PATENT
IMITATION RUSSIA SHEET IRON.
Warehouse, No. 130 First street,
mr26:ly-ii PITTSBURGH, PA.
lAA 0 JONIn D. D. HOOKE(
:TEEN, CULTIVATOR TEETH,
CORNER ROSS AND FIRST 8193.1111 TE,
L. C. HEPBURN,
ArTORNOY AT LAW AND CONVEYANCER.
WWII H. HIPUBIIRZI
Na. PA Both stenzt
sr. 7 Ilia
JAMES A. FETZER,
forwarding and Commission Merchant,
FM 4133 Bill OP
lour, Grain, Baqon, Lard % Butter, Seeds, Dried Fruit
and Produce generally,
Corner of Market and First streets.
Arne To—Prancis G. Bally,For., William Dilworth, Sr.,
. Cuthbert & Son, Pittsburgh; Boyd & Ott, Heiskell &
wearingon, S. Brady, Cash. M. & H. Bank, List & Howell,
Mangle & Co., George W. Anderson, Donlo Paxton & Co.
E. P. MIDDLETON & BRO.,
WINES, BRANDIES, &C.,
ALSO DIPALERS IN
FINE OLD WHiSKYS,
NO. 5, NORTH FRONT STREET,
GO AND SEE
GEORGE P. WERTZ'S
First Premium Blind _ Factory,
CORNER THIRD AND bIARICBT STS., PITTSBURGH.
lIHOSE WISHING TO FURNISH THEIR
House with VEN.ITLAN BLINDS, of the moat exqui
site and elaborate finish, will find it to their interests to give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere. Ely work is got up
by the best mechanics (not apprentices,) _Every attention la
given to the wants of customers. Prices low. All work
rarrantsuL No. 72 THIRD Street. Pittsburgh. [ukyB:l)is
DAVID H WILLIAMS,
CIIVIL ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR
'kJ FUR TILE ERECTION OF OAS WORKS, for fromfive
qurners awl upwards, and for Heating Buildings, public , or
private, by Steam, Hot Water or Furnaces.
1111IITCLACOCR, IVINDRE.2II.I' CO.
(Sucsixasous to HIIPPYAN, APClsmity 8 C 0.,)
FORWARDING ND COMMISSION
MFROIJANTS, Wholesale Dealers in Produce, Flour
and Wool, No. 114 Second street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Springer 13 arbangn, Joseph E. Elder, St. Louis;
Pittsburgh; Fenton Bros.,
11. Childs it Co., Cornell & Dorsey, Baltimore;
Bagaley, Cosgrove Co., " Garret itkortin,Philadelphm;
McCandless, Means .1; Co., " James, Kent, Santee d Co. "
G. W. Smith, & Co., " Weaver is Graham,
Geo. M.& L. lord, Cincinnati Keene, Sterling it Cc., "
A. B. Fenton .1; Bros, " Yard, Gilmore it Co., "
WILLIAM CLAYTON & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 37 DIAMOND ALLEY,
Near Wood street,
AV- Always on haad, Blackberry, Cherry, and Cognac ,
Brandlen, Old Monongahela and Beatified Whisky, of the
vo beet quality.
Nos. 18 and 20 Wood Street,
jy23; tf PITTSBURGH
W. H. Mall.F.
Dealers in Ready Redo Clothing and Cientlemen'a Fnrnlw
ing Goods, corner of Federal street and Idarket Square Alle
gheny City, Pa.
Jr 0 NIJ9 al C RG 0
BAB A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION or
MONUMENTS, GRAVE STONES,
Enclosures, Posts, &c., itie.
The public are respectfully invited to examine our dock
Prices bow, end work "anreanted.
vl2:v—ia 'TO. C. 15 LIBERTY Bram.
POINT BOX FACTORY.-
Manufacture to order, BOXES suitable for Soap and Candles,
Hardware and Variety Horde, etc., etc.
Orders nrorrrtly filled
ROBXRE DALYILL... JAMBS I. BREADING
lop OBERT DALZELL & CO., Wholesale
Grocers, Commission and Forwarding Merchants and
Dealers in Produce and Pittabnrgh Manufactures, No. 251
Liberty street. Pitishurtrb. Pa. novreaT.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
The subscriber has received, in adiition to hie fall stock
of Hardware, a very heavy stock of Meat aad Sausage Cut
ters and Staffers, and a very large atock of Sleigh Hon..,
loose and on strings, of a ranch superior quality to tit st
usually sold in the market, all of which will be sold on the
lowoat terms. (se27) 132,111,. FAHNISS'TOCE.
CARTWRIGHT & YOUNG,
(Successors to John Cartsoright,)
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Burgle 'land ani Den
tal Instruments, Gum, Pistols, FiAing Tackle, etc., No. Et
Wood street. They give special attention the manufaetur•
ug of Trusses, Supporters ' etc. Jobbing and Repairing
Ithpanctriality and deapatch. apl7
CENTRAL PLANING MILL,
WATER STREET, AL GERRENY,
ARE now in fall operation, with Fay & CO. )
improved machinery for the manufacturing of &vat
Frames, Doons, Shutters and Mouldings. Buildera and Con
tractors. will find it to their advantage to call and pacer lain
E. SIMPSON 0. H. RIPPEY.
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
together in the practice of the Law, ander the firm
of SIMPSON & RIPPEY.
F URNITURE FOR CASH.--
A full assortment of
Pitiabargh manufactured FURNITURE, embracing
And every article needed in a well furnished dwelling, as
well as a spledid assortment of
Constantly on hand and made to order. .AB the only terms
on which business is done at this establishment is for CARE.
Prices are made accordingly. Persons in want of anything
In the above line, world be advantaged by calling at
No. 103 ilmithileld street, helow Fifth.
J. D. Fauglatc.,
Joss Lt. lawm. covnlY
D. 13. ROGERS & CO.,
11•11171 . A0217112B13 OP
itOGERS' IMPROVED PATENT
. MoGE E
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
No. 14 Wood Street, Pittsburgh.
3. & H. PRICE'S
Office, No. 94 Fourth Street.
an2.0.1y 0. H. lIISPHY
TAKE FISH.-- :
?b bbta. White lwish
60 “ Trint ;
to Balrwa, rmehred cad for mak+ to
POSTER'S NEW fiIIONAL THEATRE.
J. C. FOSTIO. Manager. IJ. PROOTOB...Btage Director
Complimentary Farewoli Benefit, and moat positively last
appearance of JlSlln DEA,:‘, UAYNE, wh will on this oc
casion personate the characters of 4 ' Mariarta " in the Wife,
and "Mrs. Chillingtone " in the Morning Call.
This will be the last opPtlittunity afforded our citisena of
seeing thii talented artiste an this - city, as previous engage
rcvnts, Immediate departure. and retiring from the stage,
preclude the possibility , f emaming.
MS EVENING, °CI. beLi lath, 1858, will he peribrened
THE Wag—Mariano, Julia Doan iTayne...3hlhin ht.
Pierre, 0. foster...: mach, lannolvD...Fetrardo,hrßride.
To conclude with, THE MGRNINt+ OA 1.1-314. Mailing •
tone, Jolla Dean Heyne.4.Percy Ardente, Tannehill.
~ITTBBUR II TiIEATRE.
Bole Lame and Manager,.....--.0. B. Penni
Stage Director—a-- ..... M. RMS.
Drees Circle and ParquettelDo Family
Colored Boxes ...50c olored
Tickets to Private flares-7So Whole 80xe5..._..—56 00.
Secured Seats. 76c Proccordam rioted.. 8 00.
Sean may be aernrua for 4a, whole of the series cd Operas.
Box Book now open.
Last night but ono <f ttw'
NEW dtLEAbS ENGLISII. OPERA TROUPB.
Mies ROSALIO u;)RAN.LI Prima Donna amluta; Mtn
0 tORGIA BIIDSON, TenT Con traltino• Mtn A. KING,
Second° Donna; Mr. PRE . t.YBTfeR, Primo Baaso Bart.
tono; Mr BANK TREVI)R,Tifino Buffo; MrB . B. SWAN,
Ewan Profondo; Mr. G. H WARBLE, Becoudo Tenors; Mr.
J ARNOLD, Secondo Baeso• Conductor, Mr. A. REIFY, Jr.;
Manager, Mr. v, . 8. LYBThR
TIII.B 'EVENING, rctoberl 16th, will be premsted LA
803INAMBULA—Connt godolfo, B. Lyater.
Aar. The Management takes pleasure in announcing to
the pnbllc and the patrons rt . the Theatre, that an engage.
ment has been affect d wi.h Mr. and Mrs. P. 8. CHANFBAII,
the eminent American artist , .
Doors open at 7% o'clock.' Curtain rims at 8. DOI Office
open from 10 to 8 o'clock.
JOHN W. IM'CAIriTHY,
BELL, CIRCULAR AND CARD
Distributor and Poster,
Will promptly attend to the Distributing and Posting of
BILLS, CIRCULARS, CARDS AND PROGIR.AMMEEI,
For Railroads, Ships, Steantatg, Amusements, Sales, to.
All orders, either ey mat , telegra.h, uc otherwise, sent
to the M.* of the Daily *wrung Post, will be faithfully
Fa.:kages forwarde • by al:© Adams Rzpress Company will
be promptly disposed of accdr• ing to directions. said
THE $2O 4NIO $4O
DOUBLE MK STiTULI
Are now on Exhibition. at the
HOSIERY STORE OF
NO. 20 PrE'VE STRAD%
Thew Machines em reimi•ted to be the beat in market for
family use, making an CinliC double thread stitch, which
will not rip von if every! fourth stitch be cut. It is the
only low priced double thread Machine in market. Orders
will be received end protnpily filled by
M. DALY, Agent,
No 'X Fifth street, on the corner of Market alley,
NOTIOP—M DALTf . co the corner of Fifth street
and Market alley, is the only orlo the name in bnamess
on this street. jylfaly
SING 9 .S
SING ER' S SEWING MACHINES
A new Family Sewing Machina, combining the latest im•
provementa, at the extreme low price of
The pri et of all our stsudard Machines have been greatly
reduced. SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES, it is well
known, though dearer 1 ?rico, have alw-iya been cheaper, in
fiat, considering what they will do. ilia , . any other. The
prices are now raincod o that all mot be satisfied. Gall
and examine the new Ifachines at the law prices, at
• oc7 ! P. 3TRAW'R, 32 Harket street.
WERE AWARDED THE FIRST PRE
MIUM at tit. Pennsylvania State Agricultural
Society at their Annual uxhibition, September 28th, 29th,
20th and October let 1858
This Premium was not bought,
As the Wheeler..t. Wilson
5i1174 Medal Was.
The lane :signed hereby challenges a trial of REVVING
8. beta re so•epeteut judged,to be selected by
ezhlbitore or by the dndience, in ()ETV ULL, or elsewhere
at any time.
On sod after this d .te the price of our Machines will be
reduced as follows:
Now Machine, plain !knish table
Do do plitott table
Do do ~ :ith'c, , ver and drawers
Do do large size
Do do do do plated..
Do do plate!! anq pearled
And other size 3 tuprr
G. al. DOSCH.
The 81'4 place Li public estimation is now justly accorded
to the GROVER, .k ISA•ilikt IGACKINB, for family Sewing,
for the following roiv,ro,
lat. It is MORE B.l.lSli'Lii and BASILY KEPT IN ORDER
than any other machine. 44
2d. It makes a seam which will NOT RIP 'or RAVEL,
though every third ietitch is cut.
Bd. It sews from cave ordinary spools, and thus all trouble
of winding thread isi avoidpd, while the same Machine can
be adapted, at plea , nro, ay a mere change of spools, to all
varieties of work.
4th. The same Machine runs silk, linen thread and spool
cotton, with equal facility,
bth. The seam ia sja efaHttc as the most elastic fabric, so
that it is tree team all LI kBILITY to BILEALC,, in WA3H
ING, IRONING, orclthersoise.
Bth. The stitch niedil by this -Machine is more BFIAIITI
BBL than any other made, eitb-r by hand or machine.
Grover a Baker's is the byit Amer. Agriculturist.
To all of which T.,f, Tribune ti A: a, amen.—lN. Y. Tribune.
It Is all that it claMis 'l. Independent.
It finishes its own work ; other- not.—[ [dome Journal.
It weds only to , 5,.!1, to Lo apprectated.,—lPhreuo.
Adapted for wo4na, linen or cottoi.—[Amer. Medical
We like Grover - a ilak , ..r's boat.—lLadies' Wreath.
And two hundred more refer, neat.
W. C. EL idOTT, Anent,
t the Fifth titre:A Shirt Manufactory.
Pitisbn r a h, Pa.
Aerie, n Watches.
i. m .
mn• TRACY & CO
WALTHAY4, MASS., MANUFACTUR
ERS Or PAY Il N 'lt LEV il .t W ATOG G 6.— rhase
superior watches are" made by tt.o a , d ,f new and original
machinery, expressly designed to a.-cure, with a low price,
a 11,13,Stninsamilk, nuakitt.r. and 17:11n ZVI aztatta..a time
keeper The moventints are ne -in c.,nstriscrion, and are
pronto:Laced by thehighest anthorttiee to be tinkles's hi
principle and quality and have been proved by the most
exacting testa to be el:able aa'i unfiiiing in action. Them)
watches ate man lured entire fro ~ the crude materials,
in a single establish .ht, by co-tnectad and uniform pro
ceases, the manufturery beingorgsnized upon the same sys
tem that had been adopted in the ptoduction of the une
qualled American hie-arms, which enables ns to produce a
movementat one half the price ,f any foreign movement of
the same quality; lid We gtihrantre the perreta perform
ance, for ten years, of evt.ry watt:, manufactured by us.
All foreign watches are made by band, the American
watched being the only ones made by machinery upon a
uniform system throughout. Nearly all band made watches
are defective, and LO3 continually getting out of order. In
many parts of thltountry it iit imposaille to find good
watch repairers, an watch repairing Is always uncertain,
and expensive. The introduction of American watches
disposea of this ditlinuity, and country merchants, ap well
as watch dealers, can keel watches as part of their mitmeit
'anemia stock, and that; supply their customers with a new
staple, which may be us el as any other article, without
mystery or humbug 801 l by the trade generally, and by
RI. BBIN A APPLEI:ON, General Agents,
oc.2.3mdasnap . 15 Maiden Lane, Now York.
REIN ECM A\ & MEYRAN,
Azents for Appleton. T acy a Co 'a
" '''' Ile A NT VI , . .... -
AINIERICAN A.TC U ES
At Hanufacturers' Prices.
CiTTIST TO TUE TRADZ.
Our stock of Cllts, Jewelry, sillur and Pled Ware is
very large at press t—all at greitwp ' , due d price..
REIN krriAN rt
ecft. _ No. 42 Filth street.
WORTH TWENTY CENTS, and selling
at TWELVE whin and colored cotton
Stockings, at l JC,ltif•H H ,
mat y r :Mirk t %treat,.
" - .EX. and Corn
CAUNTI4E s,. OLoVEi AND )oK
mplete, awsortroAnt Nc,ivaci at
11,01iNild i 77 ?duke; et set
IMPOILTANT TO TUI PUBLTO
'ONN , ER POtwElt
1 ,1001, i..l:ustior, will ha of to ct•we the
29) -:\lIV r C, Li gB
76 ( 0
. 80 00
. 66 00
. 90 00